[olug] DVD Burning

Jay Swackhamer Jay at RebootTheUser.com
Fri Dec 8 19:49:49 UTC 2006

Mytharchive is stable for dvd buring. If you've got the .20 revision  
of mythtv, you can emerge mytharchive(if you use gentoo, there should  
be binaries available for ubuntu)

In mytharchive you can burn recordings or any other video files you  
have in your repository, all just using a remote.

Otherwise k3b is good.

Quoting Daniel Linder <dan at linder.org>:

>>>> On Mon, 2006-11-27 at 12:08 -0600, Bradley Arth wrote:
>>>>> I am using Ubuntu 6.10 and was wondering what everyones thoughts on
>>>>> DVD
>>>>> burning software was. Do you use the 'built-in' buring software or is
>>>>> there
>>>>> a defaco standard that most people use?
> (lots of notes on burning a created .ISO to disk deleted...)
> When I read Mr. Arths notes, I read it from a _video_ DVD standpoint.
> I.e. I have some digital video (digital camera and fire-wire connector,
> .AVI/.MOV/etc) that I want to build into a DVD to play on a consumer DVD
> player.
> The tools I've played with a few years ago were crash-prone and didn't
> like working with anything but raw digital video (no .AVI/.MOV/etc
> imports).
> What's the groups answers to this question?
> Dan
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